Did you know that August is National Romance Awareness Month? That's right — and we think that means it's time to think about romance in a new way. After all, according to a recent survey by dating site Zoosk.com of about 2,300 Americans — both singles and coupled-up folks — 78 percent of us consider romance in a relationship "very important."
Memorial Day Weekend is upon us, ladies and gentlemen — 'tis the season to wear white jeans, indulge in a back yard barbeque and, of course, go on vacation.
In honor of National Humor Month, Zoosk and I decided to test your funny bone and see just how important laughter is in relationships. Users of the romantic social network gave us insight into how much humor tickles their fancy for dates, mates and love. Below are the three most surprising humor study results and tips on how you can use this information to your flirting advantage.
With the Iowa Caucus behind us, the 2012 Republican primaries are well under way. Treading the waters of an election can be strenuous on a new relationship, especially when political views lay on polar opposite ends of the spectrum. But before you yell, "Can't we all just get along?!" know that there are plenty of political ideals that singles do agree on.
Pretty soon, we'll all sit around a table with loved ones, break bread and share what we are most thankful for this year. But as the season kicks off, there are some stresses that we don't feel grateful for -- like the challenge of dating during the holidays.
Whether you partied hard this past weekend or are dressing up for a Halloween gathering tonight, you're likely to see (or have seen) a few scantily-clad females roaming the streets to celebrate the ghoulish holiday.
The second week of October is National Pet Peeve Week, and the folks at dating site Zoosk have surveyed their subscribers to see how little annoyances affect their dating life.
Leave it to the experts at Match.com to climb into the brains of singles all over the country and come up with some very interesting facts when it comes to the lovely state of being single. They surveyed 5,000 single Americans to see just how they felt about their non-relationship status, and found that only 6 percent called themselves "unhappy." Refreshing, isn't it?
Unfaithful politicians and celebrities have been blowing up the news lately, thanks to the wandering eyes of a certain former action star—ahem, Schwarzenegger! But high status men and women aren't the only ones who cheat, and no matter where you are in the world, acts of infidelity are hard to ignore.
With just over a week to go until the Royal Wedding finally takes place on April 29, the media is abuzz with covering every last detail of the highly anticipated event. Across the pond in American, we are absolutely eating it up, and rightfully so—who hasn't dreamed of some day finding a prince or princess? Apparently, not everyone.